For decades, the majority of U.K. rehab programs used an outdated treatment model that tried to “fix” alcohol-dependent clients. There are facilities that still use these methods. They often fail because clients are not broken. Many alcoholics who can see few alternatives search for more online and discover the Arc Project. The program has a high success rate, offers gentle, respectful detox, and recommends scientifically based treatments. Clients learn to overcome their dependency and regain a sense of hope and purpose.
Detox Is Personalized for Each Client
All rehab programs begin with detox treatments, but many programs are harsh and treat clients like hospital patients. Effective detox requires that clients are medicated to minimize the physical discomfort associated with alcohol withdrawal. Recognizing this, clients at an Arc facility get medication in doses customized for their needs. They are closely monitored and participate in group activities that help take the focus off of detox symptoms. Staying busy helps the time pass more quickly and, if clients do not feel well, they can take some time to lie down until they are better.
Treatments Help Clients Understand Their Problems
A successful rehab program also incorporates treatments that allow clients to learn more about themselves and the effects of alcohol abuse. For instance, counselors teach them how alcohol and drugs rewire the brain and begin to determine behavior. Clients learn that substances have dictated their actions, cravings, and even their sense of self-worth. Effective treatments include analyses and therapies that provide clients with awareness and teach them new coping skills and ways of looking at life.
Clients Regain a Sense of Purpose
Rehab programs that succeed guide clients as they set goals and regain a sense of purpose. That is essential to break the cycle of substance abuse, followed by a sense of …